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Aloha Eats

  • $$
  • Barbecue, Hawaiian
  • 2534 N Clark St, Chicago 60614 41.92878 -87.642353
  • (At W Deming Pl)
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  • (773) 935-6828
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User Ratings (Based on 7 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 4_5
Service 3_5 Atmosphere 3_5

Other Restaurant Info

(773) 935-6828
Catering Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm Fri-Sat: 11am-10:30pm Sun: 11am-9pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, BYOB, Catering, Cheap Eats, Kid Friendly, Take Out
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Aloha Eats

    Posted by Anonymous on 2013-02-28

    Great place

    Very friendly service, good food

  • Aloha Eats

    Posted by evil kelly on 2008-06-25

    almost better than being in Hawaii!

    i discovered this place while walking around in Lincoln Park and was suprised as to how great this place is. it is almost as good as any plate lunch place in Hawaii. being a former resident of Honolulu, i was very happy when i tried many different dishe

  • Aloha Eats

    Posted by T on 2007-11-20

    Aloha LP

    One of the best lunch options in Lincoln Park if you enjoy this type of cuisine you wont find anyplace like it in the city. try the hamburger, a great value and a good burger you might not have expected.

  • Aloha Eats

    Posted by ZootiZ on 2007-04-27


    Gone by this place several times on the 22 & 36. Always wanted to check it out and read the previous reviews on this site. I was not too impressed. The food was o.k. The macoroni salad was excellent. Really, Really good. My dish was 4x as much cabba

  • Aloha Eats

    Posted by Patrick on 2006-10-04

    Taste a trip back home

    “ Where you like grind ?” The Aloha Grill is where! Having recently discovered this small, cozy kitchen purely by accident, I was shocked and amazed to be eating Kapahulu-style in the middle of Chicago. The food tasted just like home, the volume of fo

  • Aloha Eats

    Posted by patrick on 2006-05-01

    I agree but,

    Having grown up on hawaiian food, local and cultural, i agree with the previous review. the kalua pig as we call it at home is quite tasty and the option for macaroni salad which is without mustard or vinegar like most others but it is authentic like nea

  • Aloha Eats

    Posted by Turtlepong on 2006-03-27

    Decent Hawaiian style comfort food

    The food quality is very good. The atmosphere is very casual. Hawaiian box lunch style selection is extensive. Generous portions at a reasonable price. Dishes are made to order and come hot and fresh. Seeing 'Spam Musubi'(rice ball with a piece of fried S

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